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Apple iMac G3 / G4

The iMac is a desktop Macintosh computer designed and built by Apple Inc. Since its introduction in 1998 it has been a large part of Apple's consumer desktop offerings. The iMac has evolved through four distinct forms. The original iMac G3 was powered by a Power PC CPU. The iMac was gum drop- or egg-shaped with a CRT monitor. These first iMacs were enclosed by colored, translucent plastic. The second major revision iMac G4, moved away from the egg shape to a design of a hemispherical base containing all the main components and an LCD monitor on a freely-moving arm attached to the top of the base. With the introduction of the iMac G5 Apple switched to an Intel CPU and all the components were incorporated immediately behind the LCD display. This created a slim design which tilts only up and down on a simple metal base. The current and latest iMac shares the same form as the later models, but it is now thinner and uses brushed aluminum and black-bordered glass for its case.

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